All time Medalists

Results of the 182 editions of "FIBA AmeriCup"

Year Dates Event Name Location
MVP
2000 6 Jun. to
10 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men - Preliminary Round
(Andorra)
Andorra San Marino Scotland -
2001 18 May. to
24 May.
European Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Helsinki
(Finland)
-
2001 19 May. to
23 May.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
2001 24 Nov. to
27 Jan.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
2003 17 May. to
21 May.
European Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Velje
(Denmark)
-
2003 25 May. to
2 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1962 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Cairo
(Egypt)
United Arab Republic Sudan Morocco -
1964 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Casablanca
(Morocco)
United Arab Republic Morocco Palestine -
1965 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Tunis
(Tunisia)
Morocco Tunisia Algeria -
1967 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Seoul
(Korea)
Philippines Korea Japan -
1969 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Bangkok
(Thailand)
Korea Japan Philippines -
1971 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Tokyo
(Japan)
Japan Philippines Korea -
1975 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
African Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Alexandria
(Egypt)
Egypt Senegal Sudan -
1993 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Oceania Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Auckland
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand Western Samoa -
1995 31 May. to
4 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Additional Qualifying Round Sofia
(Bulgaria)
-
1995 21 Jun. to
27 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1995 10 Nov. to
16 Nov.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
1997 22 May. to
28 May.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1997 8 Oct. to
26 Feb.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
1998 2 Jun. to
6 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men - Final Round
(Gibraltar)
Andorra Wales San Marino -
1999 22 May. to
26 May.
European Championship for Men - Preliminary Round Reykjavik
(Iceland)
-
1999 23 May. to
25 May.
European Championship for Men - Qualifying Round -
1999 26 Nov. to
28 Feb.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
2001 31 Aug. to
9 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Istanbul
(Turkey)
Yugoslavia Turkey Spain -
2003 5 Sep. to
14 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Lulea
(Sweden)
Lithuania Spain Italy -
1937 2 May. to
7 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Riga
(Latvia)
Lithuania Italy France -
1939 21 May. to
28 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Kaunas
(Lithuania)
Lithuania Latvia Poland -
1946 30 Apr. to
4 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Geneva
(Switzerland)
Czechoslovakia Italy Hungary -
1947 27 Apr. to
3 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Prague
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Egypt -
1949 15 May. to
22 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Cairo
(Egypt)
Egypt France Greece -
1951 3 May. to
12 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Paris
(France)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia France -
1953 23 May. to
4 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Moscow
(Russia)
Soviet Union Hungary France -
1955 7 Jun. to
19 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Budapest
(Hungary)
Hungary Czechoslovakia Soviet Union -
1957 20 Jun. to
30 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Sofia
(Bulgaria)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1959 21 May. to
31 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Istanbul
(Turkey)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia France -
1961 29 Apr. to
8 May.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Belgrade
(Yugoslavia)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Bulgaria -
1963 4 Oct. to
13 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Wroclaw
(Poland)
Soviet Union Poland Yugoslavia -
1965 30 May. to
10 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Moscow
(Soviet Union)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Poland -
1967 28 Sep. to
8 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Helsinki
(Finland)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland -
1969 27 Sep. to
5 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Naples
(Italy)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia -
1971 10 Sep. to
19 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Böblingen
(Germany)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Italy -
1973 27 Sep. to
6 Oct.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Barcelona
(Spain)
Yugoslavia Spain Soviet Union -
1975 7 Jun. to
15 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Karlovac
(Yugoslavia)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Italy -
1977 15 Sep. to
24 Sep.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Liège
(Belgium)
Yugoslavia Soviet Union Czechoslovakia -
1979 9 Jun. to
19 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Siena
(Italy)
Soviet Union Israel Yugoslavia -
1981 26 May. to
5 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Bratislava
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia -
1983 26 May. to
4 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Caen
(France)
Italy Spain Soviet Union -
1985 5 Jun. to
16 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Leverkusen
(Germany)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Italy -
1987 3 Jun. to
14 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Athens
(Greece)
Greece Soviet Union Yugoslavia -
1989 20 Jun. to
25 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Zagreb
(Croatia)
Yugoslavia Greece Soviet Union -
1991 24 Jun. to
29 Jun.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Rome
(Italy)
Yugoslavia Italy Spain -
1993 22 Jun. to
4 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Karlsruhe
(Germany)
Germany Russia Croatia -
1995 21 Jun. to
2 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Athens
(Greece)
Yugoslavia Lithuania Croatia -
1997 24 Jun. to
6 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Badalona
(Spain)
Yugoslavia Italy Russia -
1999 21 Jun. to
3 Jul.
European Championship for Men - Final Round Pau
(France)
Italy Spain Yugoslavia -
1968 29 Mar. to
6 Apr.
African Championship for Men Casablanca
(Morocco)
Senegal Morocco Central African Republic -
1970 9 Mar. to
15 Mar.
African Championship for Men Alexandria
(Egypt)
United Arab Republic Senegal Tunisia -
1972 25 Dec. to
2 Jan.
African Championship for Men Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Egypt Mali -
1974 5 Apr. to
15 Apr.
African Championship for Men Bangui
(CAF)
Central African Republic Senegal Tunisia -
1978 24 Dec. to
1 Jan.
African Championship for Men Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Côte d'Ivoire Egypt -
1980 22 Mar. to
30 Mar.
African Championship for Men Rabat
(Morocco)
Senegal Côte d'Ivoire Morocco -
1981 15 Dec. to
23 Dec.
African Championship for Men Mogadishu
(Somalia)
Côte d'Ivoire Egypt Somalia -
1983 19 Dec. to
28 Dec.
African Championship for Men Alexandria
(Egypt)
Egypt Angola Senegal -
1985 20 Dec. to
28 Dec.
African Championship for Men Abidjan
(Cote d'Ivoire)
Côte d'Ivoire Angola Egypt -
1987 17 Dec. to
27 Dec.
African Championship for Men Tunis
(Tunisia)
Central African Republic Egypt Angola -
1989 16 Dec. to
27 Dec.
African Championship for Men Luanda
(Angola)
Angola Egypt Senegal -
1992 28 Dec. to
8 Jan.
African Championship for Men Cairo
(Egypt)
Angola Senegal Egypt -
1993 18 Sep. to
28 Sep.
African Championship for Men Nairobi
(Kenya)
Angola Egypt Senegal -
1995 11 Dec. to
18 Dec.
African Championship for Men Algier
(Algeria)
Angola Senegal Nigeria -
1997 25 Jul. to
3 Aug.
African Championship for Men Dakar
(Senegal)
Senegal Nigeria Angola -
1999 29 Jul. to
6 Aug.
African Championship for Men Luanda
(Angola)
Angola Nigeria Egypt -
2001 4 Aug. to
12 Aug.
African Championship for Men Rabat
(Morocco)
Angola Algeria Egypt -
1960 16 Jan. to
28 Jan.
Asian Championship for Men Manila
(Philippines)
Philippines Taiwan Japan -
1963 20 Nov. to
3 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men Tapei
(Chinese Taipei)
Philippines Taiwan Korea -
1965 28 Nov. to
11 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men Kuala Lumpur
(Malaysia)
Japan Philippines Korea -
1973 1 Dec. to
14 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men Manila
(Philippines)
Philippines Korea Taiwan -
1975 15 Nov. to
20 Nov.
Asian Championship for Men Bangkok
(Thailand)
People's Republic of China Japan Korea -
1977 28 Nov. to
10 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men Kuala Lumpur
(Malaysia)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1979 30 Nov. to
12 Dec.
Asian Championship for Men Nagoya
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Japan Korea -
1981 10 Nov. to
20 Nov.
Asian Championship for Men Calcutta
(India)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1983 20 Nov. to
29 Nov.
Asian Championship for Men Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
People's Republic of China Japan Korea -
1986 28 Dec. to
5 Jan.
Asian Championship for Men Kuala Lumpur
(Malaysia)
Philippines Korea People's Republic of China -
1987 14 Nov. to
27 Nov.
Asian Championship for Men Bangkok
(Thailand)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1989 15 Sep. to
24 Sep.
Asian Championship for Men Beijing
(China)
People's Republic of China Korea Chinese Taipei -
1991 22 Aug. to
1 Sep.
Asian Championship for Men Kobe
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1993 12 Nov. to
21 Nov.
Asian Championship for Men Jakarta
(Indonesia)
People's Republic of China D.P.R.of Korea Korea -
1995 17 Jun. to
26 Jun.
Asian Championship for Men Seoul
(Korea)
People's Republic of China Korea Japan -
1997 11 Sep. to
19 Sep.
Asian Championship for Men Riyadh
(Saudi Arabia)
Korea Japan People's Republic of China -
1999 28 Aug. to
5 Sep.
Asian Championship for Men Fukuoka
(Japan)
People's Republic of China Korea Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -
2001 20 Jul. to
28 Jul.
Asian Championship for Men Shanghai
(China)
People's Republic of China Lebanon Korea -
1997 21 Aug. to
31 Aug.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Montevideo
(Uruguay)
United States of America Puerto Rico Brazil -
2001 16 Aug. to
26 Aug.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Nuequen
(Argentina)
Argentina Brazil Canada -
1995 15 Aug. to
27 Aug.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Neuquen
(Argentina)
Puerto Rico Argentina Brazil -
1999 14 Jul. to
25 Jul.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men San Juan
(Puerto Rico)
United States of America Canada Argentina -
1935 2 May. to
7 May.
European Championship for Men Latvia Spain Czechoslovakia -
1988 14 Dec. to
18 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Men Malta
(Malta)
Iceland Ireland Cyprus -
1990 12 Dec. to
16 Dec.
European Promotion Cup for Men Cardiff
(Wales)
Iceland Cyprus Luxembourg -
1992 2 Jun. to
6 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Nicosia
(Cyprus)
Austria Luxembourg Cyprus -
1994 4 Jun. to
8 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Dublin
(Ireland)
Ireland Cyprus Iceland -
1996 5 Jun. to
9 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men
(San Marino)
Austria Norway San Marino -
1971 7 Aug. to
14 Aug.
Oceania Championship for Men Christchurch
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1975 6 Nov. to
9 Nov.
Oceania Championship for Men Melbourne
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1978 1 Apr. to
8 Apr.
Oceania Championship for Men Auckland
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1979 5 Aug. to
8 Aug.
Oceania Championship for Men Sydney
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1981 1 Jan. to
31 Dec.
Oceania Championship for Men
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1983 30 Aug. to
3 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Men Whangarie
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1985 24 Oct. to
27 Oct.
Oceania Championship for Men Sydney
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1987 31 Aug. to
4 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Men Timaru
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand French Polynesia -
1989 28 Aug. to
3 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Men Sydney
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
1991 1 Jun. to
7 Jun.
Oceania Championship for Men
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
1995 18 Jun. to
22 Jun.
Oceania Championship for Men Sydney
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand American Samoa -
1997 1 Jun. to
4 Jun.
Oceania Championship for Men Palmerston North
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand New Caledonia -
2001 21 Sep. to
23 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Men Hamilton
(New Zealand)
New Zealand Australia -
1980 18 Apr. to
25 Apr.
American Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men San Juan
(Puerto Rico)
Puerto Rico Canada Argentina -
1984 15 May. to
24 May.
American Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men Sao Paulo
(Brazil)
Brazil Uruguay Canada -
1988 22 May. to
31 May.
American Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men Montevideo
(Uruguay)
Puerto Rico Brazil Canada -
1992 27 Jun. to
5 Jul.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Portland
(USA)
United States of America Venezuela Brazil -
1999 30 Sep. to
2 Oct.
Oceania Championship for Men Auckland
(New Zealand)
New Zealand Guam -
2002 11 Jun. to
15 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Ta'Qali
(Malta)
San Marino Wales Scotland -
2003 7 Aug. to
19 Aug.
African Championship for Men Alexandria
(Egypt)
Angola Nigeria Egypt -
2003 23 Sep. to
1 Oct.
Asian Championship for Men Harbin
(China)
People's Republic of China Korea Qatar -
2003 20 Aug. to
31 Aug.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men San Juan
(Puerto Rico)
United States of America Argentina Puerto Rico Stephen John Nash (CAN)
2003 1 Sep. to
4 Sep.
Oceania Championship for Men Bendigo
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
2004 7 Jun. to
12 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men
(Andorra)
Andorra Luxembourg Scotland -
2005 8 Sep. to
16 Sep.
FIBA Asia Championship for Men Doha
(Qatar)
People's Republic of China Lebanon Qatar -
2005 24 Aug. to
4 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Santo Domingo
(Dominican Republic)
Brazil Argentina Venezuela Marcelo Magalhães Machado (BRA)
2005 8 Sep. to
25 Sep.
EuroBasket Greece Federal Republic of Germany France -
2003 21 Nov. to
25 Jan.
European Championship for Men - Semi-Final Round -
2006 29 May. to
3 Jun.
European Promotion Cup for Men Durrsi
(Albania)
Azerbaijan Albania Andorra -
2005 17 Aug. to
21 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Dunedin
(New Zealand)
Australia New Zealand -
2007 22 Aug. to
2 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men/Olympic Qualifying Tournament Las Vegas
(USA)
United States of America Argentina Puerto Rico -
2007 2 Feb. to
26 Aug.
FIBA Africa Championship for Men
(Angola)
Angola Cameroon Cape Verde -
2007 28 Jul. to
5 Aug.
FIBA Asia Championship for Men Tokushima
(Japan)
Islamic Republic of Iran Lebanon Korea -
2007 20 Aug. to
24 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Brisbane
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
2009 26 Aug. to
6 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men San Juan
(Puerto Rico)
Brazil Puerto Rico Argentina -
2009 1 Jun. to
31 Aug.
FIBA Asia Championship for Men Islamic Republic of Iran People's Republic of China Jordan -
2009 28 Jul. to
15 Aug.
FIBA Africa Championship for Men
(Libya)
Angola Cote d'Ivoire Tunisia -
2009 23 Aug. to
25 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Men New Zealand Australia -
2005 23 May. to
4 Jun.
FIBA Africa Championship for Men - Qualifying Round Alger
(Algeria)
-
2005 15 Aug. to
24 Aug.
FIBA Africa Championship for Men - Final Round Alger
(Algeria)
Angola Senegal Nigeria -
2007 31 Aug. to
16 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION A -
2007 2 Sep. to
30 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION B -
2007 3 Sep. to
16 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Alicante
(Spain)
Russia Spain Lithuania -
2011 15 Sep. to
25 Sep.
FIBA Asia Championship for Men Wuhan
(China)
People's Republic of China Jordan Korea -
2011 30 Aug. to
11 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men/Olympic Qualifying Tournament Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
Argentina Brazil Dominican Republic Luís Alberto Scola (ARG)
2011 1 Aug. to
28 Aug.
FIBA Africa Championship for Men Antananarivo
(Madagascar)
Tunisia Angola Nigeria -
2011 7 Sep. to
11 Sep.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Melbourne
(Australia)
Australia New Zealand -
2008 17 Jun. to
22 Jun.
European Championship Men Division C Edinburgh
(Scotland)
Azerbaijan Moldova Scotland -
2009 20 Aug. to
30 Aug.
EuroBasket - DIVISION A -
2009 5 Sep. to
9 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION B -
2009 7 Sep. to
20 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Bydgoszcz
(Poland)
Spain Serbia Greece -
2013 1 Aug. to
11 Aug.
FIBA Asia Championship for Men Manila
(Philippines)
Islamic Republic of Iran Philippines Korea Hamed Ehadadi (IRI)
2013 30 Aug. to
11 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Caracas
(Venezuela)
Mexico Puerto Rico Argentina Gustavo Alfonso Ayon Aguirre (MEX)
2013 1 Jul. to
31 Aug.
FIBA Africa Championship for Men Angola Egypt Senegal -
2013 14 Aug. to
18 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Australia New Zealand Patrick Sammy James Mills (AUS)
1989 8 Jun. to
18 Jun.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men Mexico City
(Mexico)
Puerto Rico United States of America Brazil -
1993 28 Aug. to
5 Sep.
FIBA Americas Champioship for Men San Juan
(Puerto Rico)
United States of America Puerto Rico Argentina -
2011 2 Aug. to
1 Sep.
EuroBasket - DIVISION A
(Lithuania)
-
2011 8 Aug. to
27 Aug.
EuroBasket - DIVISION B
(Lithuania)
-
2011 31 Aug. to
18 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Kaunas
(Lithuania)
Spain France Russia -
2010 5 Jul. to
10 Jul.
European Championship Men Division C Denmark Andorra Malta -
2015 15 Aug. to
18 Aug.
FIBA Oceania Championship for Men Australia New Zealand -
2015 15 Jul. to
30 Aug.
Afrobasket Radès
(Tunisia)
Nigeria Angola Tunisia -
2015 31 Aug. to
12 Sep.
FIBA Americas Championship for Men/Olympic Qualifying Tournament Mexico City
(Mexico)
Venezuela Argentina Canada Luís Alberto Scola (ARG)
2015 23 Sep. to
3 Oct.
FIBA Asia Championship Changsha
(China)
People's Republic of China Philippines Islamic Republic of Iran -
2017 8 Aug. to
20 Aug.
FIBA Asia Cup Beirut
(Lebanon)
Australia Iran Korea Wing Sang Ko (HKG)
2017 25 Aug. to
3 Sep.
FIBA AmeriCup USA Argentina Mexico -
2013 14 Aug. to
11 Sep.
EuroBasket - Qualification Round -
2013 4 Sep. to
22 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Jesenice
(Slovenia)
France Lithuania Spain William Anthony Parker (FRA)
2012 2 Jul. to
7 Jul.
European Championship Small Countries Men San Marino
(San Marino)
Andorra Moldova Malta -
2015 10 Aug. to
27 Aug.
EuroBasket - 2nd Qualifying Round -
2015 5 Sep. to
20 Sep.
EuroBasket - Final Round Spain Lithuania France Pau Gasol Sáez (ESP)
2015 1 Aug. to
1 Sep.
EuroBasket - 1st Qualifying Tournament -
2014 7 Jul. to
12 Jul.
European Championship for Small Countries Men Gibraltar
(Gibraltar)
Andorra Malta Scotland -
2021 3 Aug. to
15 Aug.
FIBA Afrobasket -
2021 27 Aug. to
5 Sep.
FIBA AmeriCup -
2021 17 Aug. to
29 Aug.
FIBA Asia Cup -
2017 31 Aug. to
17 Sep.
FIBA EuroBasket - Qualifiers -
2017 31 Aug. to
17 Sep.
FIBA EuroBasket - Final Round Slovenia Serbia Spain Luka Doncic (SLO)
2016 28 Jun. to
3 Jul.
FIBA European Championship For Small Countries Chisinau
(Moldova)
Armenia Andorra San Marino Andre Spight (ARM)
2017 8 Sep. to
16 Sep.
FIBA AfroBasket - Final Round Tunisia Nigeria Senegal -
2017 12 Mar. to
21 May.
FIBA AfroBasket - Preliminaries -